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You are so sweet! I feel like I’m most needed behind the camera but every once in a while I do perform! Thank you so much!
I’m working on a book of essays about the wildlife of the Palos Verdes Peninsula. It’s coming along. You can check out a few excerpts here.
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CraigDrebit (@CraigDrebit) on Twitter asks:
"Where do your ideas come from, and does the end result generally match your original idea?"
I try to keep the end result as true to the original idea as I can – barring location or other constraints. That said, I tend to envision my stories within a certain budget; I don’t let my imagination run wild. And after so many years of doing this I have a pretty clear sense of what’s possible to do and what isn’t.
But sometimes you can’t get the location you wanted or the star you wanted, and you have to compromise certain things. Other things I won’t compromise. For instance, I recently wrote a movie for Sovereign Syre and Jennifer Best that I wanted to shoot in an upscale, “urban-chic”loft space. We booked a great loft, but at the last minute the location owner decided to let a mainstream production shoot there instead, and he unceremoniously cancelled our shoot.
Jennifer had flown in from another state specifically to shoot the movie, the script was already written, the rest of the cast was in place, but suddenly we had no location. We managed to get a replacement studio but it wasn’t a loft – it was a house. My heart sank because I knew there wasn’t anything I could do, but the change in location was really nagging at me.
The loft was important to shape the audience’s perception of Jennifer’s character in the movie – without it she was almost a different character. You can tell so much about someone from their home, and the new location said something completely different about who she was.
I decided the situation was untenable, so I decided to write a new movie. And I sat there on set and wrote a completely new script while the girls were in makeup, and we shot that one. (We’re still going to shoot the“loft” movie in March, with the location I originally wanted.)
So, sometimes it’s a matter of deciding at what point a compromise sacrifices too much about the movie to even be worth whatever issues it would solve.